DieselClean is a refined cleaner for diesel injection equipment, suitable for both direct and indirect injection engines.
Dieselclean is produced in packs of 125 ml, 1000 ml, 5000ml.

To maintain the optimum combustion level in Diesel engines, the injection equipment should be periodically cleaned and protected. The new single-serve 125 ml bottle is especially designed to match the latest generation of car tanks:

  • thoroughly cleanses the injection parts;
  • strong Clean-Up action;
  • optimises fuel atomisation and combustion;
  • reduces consumption and pollutant emissions ;
  • increases performance.

Fuels tend to deteriorate chemically, especially if they contain a proportion of bio fuels, which cause the formation of sludges and sediments that gradually degrade the correct functioning of fuel injectors.Partially clogged injectors do not atomise the fuel correctly, causing an increase in consumption, a decrease in power, more polluting emissions and fouling of the valves and the combustion chamber.Dieselclean thoroughly cleans the injectors and all of the injection equipment, and has an antioxidant and anti-foam action to counteract chemical decomposition of the fuel.

Dieselclean cleans the injectors from sludge and sticky debris, optimises the atomisation of Diesel oil and increases the fuel cetane index.Indicated for use on both older generation diesel engines that require frequent periodic cleaning of the injection equipment and the latest generation Common Rail engines.

Use and dosage

Add to full tank and drive. We recommend that fuel treated with the product is used up, and long periods of standstill are avoided. After using Dieselclean, we recommend the use of Dieselube to further improve efficiency and protect the injection system.

UA 125 ml bottle is sufficient for a normal cleaning process.Suggested average dilution for 30-40 litres of diesel.Increase the dosage if the equipment is particularly dirty. For cars that have done a lot of mileage, the dilution ratio should not be reduced too much to avoid an overly energetic cleaning action that could dissolve any deposits and sludge on the bottom of the tank.




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